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VOLKSWAGEN Golf GTD Variant Golf VII GTD Variant
VOLKSWAGEN Golf GTD Variant Golf VII GTD Variant  2015 2022
2015 2022

The first Volkswagen Golf GTD was launched in 1982 and the first station-wagon Golf was introduced in 1993.
In 2015, the two elements were combined, forming the first Golf GTD Variant.

At the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the German car-maker introduced the first station-wagon GTD for the Volkswagen Golf. The new version transformed the Golf into a fast-paced family mover. But it wasn’t just a station-wagon with a more powerful engine. It came with a complete package.

From the outside, the Golf GTD Variant (station-wagon) showed a different front fascia than other siblings. It featured a bigger, wider, opening into the front spoiler. Two additional wide air-intakes were placed on the sides and with the optional LED fog-lights inside. A gray strip ran along the front fascia, at the bottom of the grille and inside the standard bi-Xenon headlights. It was specific to the GTD versions. In the rear, a roof spoiler and a twin-chromed exhaust were installed. The smoked taillights were specific for the GTD station-wagon.

Inside, the front seats were upholstered in classic “Clark”-style GT tartan design. The standard ambient lighting and the “Composition Touch” radio system were fitted as standard. Regarding the trunk-space, the GTD Variant offered 605 liters (21.3 cu-ft) to the windows line and up to 1620 liters (57.2 cu-ft) with the rear seats folded.

The 184 hp engine under the hood was mated to a standard 6-speed manual and a 6-speed auto was offered as an option. To car featured an XDS+, electronic differential lock integrated with the ESP system.

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